Helping your skin glow

I have spent 15 years building my cosmetic business which I have operated from my parent’s home. I am now ready to take the next step and open a professional clinic in the heart of the Beit El settlement. Due to the situation, the construction has been completely suspended.

My impact loan status:

$23,409 / $23,409
Meet Elia Levy

Micro lending, Macro Impact

I am seeking a loan to cover the costs associated with the processes of relocating, renovating, and outfitting the new clinic.

My business - My spark

In my clinic, I provide a diverse range of treatments and services, serving clients from all walks of life, regardless of gender, age, or religion. After 15 years of operating from within my parents’ home, I am now ready to take the next step and establish a high-level clinic in the heart of Beit El settlement. This expansion entails construction, furniture, design, and equipment purchases. The loan request marks a pivotal moment for my development as I aim to transition to a clinic that can operate independently, allowing me to focus on starting a family at the age of 35.

As a solo business owner, the challenges are multifaceted, ranging from hands-on customer interactions to diary management, marketing, finance, staff recruitment, and business forecasting. Managing everything single-handedly demands significant effort and unwavering dedication, even during personal challenges.

A few more words

I’m 35 years old and currently single. I have a deep passion for interacting with my clients, and it’s challenging for me to come to terms with the fact that I won’t be able to personally meet and guide every client in the future. However, I also recognize that this transition is a healthy and essential part of genuine and meaningful growth.

On the second day of the war, I was supposed to start building the clinic, but because of the situation, the construction was completely suspended.

Israel is at war

Small Israeli businesses need your support now more than ever. SparkIL has expanded the eligibility for recieving a loan to any business that has been affected by the war